THERE are those who argue that all efforts should, for the present, be exclusively devoted to the prosecution of the war, and that no one has a right in these days to be looking into the future. It is, admittedly, difficult to draw the line, but we donot by any means fully endorse this view. After all, the war is being fought to put an end to certain distasteful activities and it is surely wise, within limits, to be considering what is going to be put in their place when this tyranny is overpast. We have excellent authority for taking this view.
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